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I looked around, saw no similar topic, thus decided to create one myself ([i]of course, this was the point, after all. Hah.[/i]).

So, here is a song that shook my morning. Mongol throat-singing (yep, the kind Gengis-Khan used to perform to his lover), combined with some guitars and (quite) well-known lyrics..

The thread`s title says all - listen, think about it and maybe you have other stuff to share.

[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiI5MnambH4"]Yat-Kha - Come along[/url]

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I have slowly become one of the silent nerdy hordes of Mike Patton fans. His music ranges quite widely from cartoon noises and whistling to some really odd stuff. I won't link "Rosemary's baby" by fantomas but that's a sinister reinterpretation of a theme for a very sinister film. However, delirium cordia, is their wierdest and most eerie/creepy music to date. A concept album of atmosphere and noise about surgery without anesthesia.

This is a fan's visual interpretation of the music during 5 minutes of the 74 minute single track piece. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ifuhp5l0CM

However for his other project, Tomahawk, the band decided they'd do a genuine native american music album. The result of trying to find such music was that largely, it had been forgotten. After much research, they found some authentic documents, filled the gaps and went with it. It's worth noting that one track was made *more* accessible.

http://www.myspace.com/tomahawkofficial contains a few tracks.

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This is the only creepy sound I know: [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xdkK8WFFWc"]Believers[/url]

And one from Annaliese Michel: [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4n9vK0_mdk"]Exorcism[/url]

And oh, who could forget the Hungarian suicide song: [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48cTUnUtzx4"]Twisted[/url]

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